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Introducing Opal-6!

It’s time a for a sneak peak at what we have been cooking up in the lab…
Meet our latest module – Opal-6!

Opal-6 has been designed for high-performance applications in demanding environments. 201 more words


Yocto BSP for Quartz Vybrid-based modules

Timesys has launched a Yocto BSP for our Quartz System on Module (SoM) solutions.

The Yocto Project is an open source collaboration project that provides templates, tools and methods to help you create custom Linux-based systems for embedded products regardless of the hardware architecture. 16 more words


Video: The connected IoT 'fridge concept

Timesys is a Pittsburgh-based company that helps software developers build and maintain custom Linux platforms for embedded processors.

Recently, Timesys showcased its futuristic IoT fridge concept at Embedded World 2014. 235 more words


Video: Fast booting Atmel's SAMA5D33-EK

The TimeSys crew recently posted a YouTube video illustrating a major boot time reduction for Atmel’s SAMA5D33-EK.

The fast boot – which can be seen in the side-by-side comparison video above – is facilitated by Warp!! 140 more words


Quartz Development Kits Shipping Now!

As you can see from the picture, we have Quartz Development Kits in stock!

Quartz is based on the Freescale Vybrid chip which is a dual-core ARM Cortex-A5 + M4 part.  141 more words


Boot Linux in a second

When I worked at EDN Magazine I wrote up a story about MontiVista Software. They had gotten a real-time Linux to boot in under a second… 224 more words

Design Trends

Enea & Timesys Form Strategic Partnership For Linux and Multicore

Enea and Timesys today announced a strategic alliance to accelerate the adoption of Linux in both stand alone and heterogeneous multicore applications.  The agreement spans distribution, joint development of value-added platforms and go to market activities.  344 more words